tt !■ Ij?3
>m St. Paul
h Rev. T. A.
5 and Kivd
It; two si.s.
n and two
Greater Kings Mountain 21.914
City Limits 8.465
The Greater Kings Mountoln figure is derived from the
SDOciol United States Bureau of the Census report of
lanuary, 1966. ond includes the 14.990 population of
Number 4 Township, and the remaining 6.124 from
Number 5 Township. In Cleveland County und Crowders
Mountain Township in Gaston County.
VOL 84 No. 10
Pioak’s Of Suits
Lack Of Water
A (lol<’'Liive water pump at
Betliware sihool gave pupils and
staff a holiday Monday.
Sui)!. Donald Jones said via
lu-lp from Lawmialc Fire De-
Thieves suspeeted to lx? heroin paiiment which has a stainless
addicts bi-oke into Plonk Broth- steel pumper tank the storage
ers Dt'partrnent Store in Kings lank is now being filled and a
Mountain last Thurs<lay r.ight smaller pump is also in use.
an 1 stole approximately 75 to 100 * 'I'ho school will be on city wa-
i;uils of clothes valued at $S,1525. ter next week and the pro^len^
f 'I’he breaking and entering ami of low water and heat will De
Iheit wa . r<p( rled to city police soivt'd”. said Mr.
at 8:30 a.m. Friday morning by A well at the school
i>aul Walker, manager of the the source of watei to the tie-
A spokesman [or the police' de
partment sail tiiat the thif'vos
are tx-'liev<*<l to be heroin addicts
from the Charlotte-Kannapolis a
rea wlio have organized a theft
r^g to supply them in drugs.
Entry to the store was gainful
Oy prying open a front d<x)r. T!ie
isuits stokm incluih'tl Griffon,
Mountainot>r and Curlce brands
ami were valued at $lil5 each.
According to politv, eight suits
were lying on the counter and i«irsi union ivtuiuoai iwum,
eight others were left in one of; charlotte, was second at 4.12 per-
I the suit bins. | cent.
. ,,r n- T~> Tt I OthoT bUldcrs were Bank of
Captain William R,>p<ii and LU Francisco, 4.33 per-
David Corn arc investigating the| premium.s; First
National City Bank. New York,
.S<>ve^al other >ncK ents 4-35 percent plu.s $104 premium;
deported to poliw during the _ * _ ^
: mfMilary school.
Low For Notes
Kings Mountain Redevelopment
Comnnis.sion hiis sold $1,185,000 of
not(‘s for the Gansler area urban
Suc(e.s.sful bidder was Wacho
via Bank & Trust Company, of
Winston-Salem at an interest
rale of 4.02 percent.
First Union National iBank,
Kings Mountain's Reliable Newspopev
Kings Mountain, N. C., Thursday, March 8, 1973
—— ^ rv-Yofyg
•w V a:
To Be Demolished
^Buildings To Go
PRICE TEN C^^!TS
IN WHO'S WHO—Jerome Cosh,
pres dentof the student council
ot Kings Mountain high school,
has been elected to member
ship in '*Who's Who Among
Americcm High School Stu-
Jerr>me Ca.sh, senior student at
Kings Mountain high scdiool and
son of Mr. and Mrs. Che.ster 'Oasli,
has been listed in the 17t.h an
nual edition of "Who’s Who A-
mjong American High School Stu
Cash, who plans to attend Gard
ner Webb college as a ministerial
student, is active in the DeMo-
lays. Future Farmers and Science
club at Kings Mountain high
school u liere he is president of
the student council.
”Who’s Who Is the largest stu
dent awau-d publication in the
King'. Mountain Redeveiopmi’iit
Commiiiion’s demolition ('nnirac-
j tor will begin razing four up
town buildings Monday, Gene
White, commi.s.sion director, said
D. H. Griffin (’ompany. Greens
b(T'), holds the dcmcIiJion con
Tlie Griffin <ompany has indi
cated it will lirst ‘raze the Gulf
Station at the northeast corner
of Battle-ground and .Mountain.
Ollier huilding.s to be razed are
the former Mauney building, re
cently occupiwl by Grayson's
Jewelry and Toney’s Dii4cc-unt,
the former McGinnis building oc-
cupitvi by McCurdy Cleaners and
AtH'k .,tUt none ix^sultej in Iieavy,
‘Linda Brenclle of SOI Boyce
Street reported Friday that some
one entered her car in the park
ing lot of Oxford Industries and
stole one eight track tape player
and several taiios valueil at $70.
The car was reportecily locked.
I Frank Childers of Kings Moun-
ijiin was charged Sunday with
•preeny ot a billfold alfter Gil-
*>ert Hamrick of 308 Oriental A-
.jLf Aenue reported that someone cut
his right rear pants pocket
While he was asleep. The billfold
contained $121. Childers is fi^ee
oji $300 bond.
Patsy Smith of No. 4 Gold St
that someone let the air out of
her car lii'cs and broke a window
in her apartment. Damage was
reported at $25.
Last weekend’s Youth Revival
at Grace United Methodist chtirch
attracted crowds of young peciple
Morgan Guaranty Trust. New
York, 4.4 percent plus $99 pre-
; mium; and First National 'Bank,
; New Yofrk, 4.75 percent.
The notes aire repayable in a
Rad Poppy Sale
Five meml'ers of Frank B.
Glass Post 155 VVW conducted
the second annual Poppy Sale
Saturday for benefit of veterans
Leading the drive were Mrs.
■Roix'rt Ruff, president; Mrs. Ru-
Thm-idavih>' Slrouix*. Mrs. Alma Selltrs.
inuisuay sellers and Mrs. Mry-
tle Ohristenson, assisted! by five
young people, Kim Ledford, Gina
8troup<', Shonda Dotson and
Boards To Meet
For Lunch March IG
- Tile March meeting of the
Kings Ahjuntain iiuara of Ldu.a-
licn will he a joint one with t.ie
Shelby City and Clevoiand Ct.on
ly Boarls of Education and the
Cleveland County Ikjaid of Com
The luncheon meeting will be
at noon on Marcli 19th at Hun-
i. 1' o. .iuoi in. .Sficii • .
Mrs. I^almon Di.xon of Clover, ^
S. (• rat‘<1 b''r S-'twi lia'ili-
day .Sunday at a family gel-to i
gether at Royal Villa. i
Mrs. Dixon, whose husband i
1#' #^ f
cupuxi ny .ui-uoruy vudiic-ia au« -—• .
the vacant building formerly oc- wa^; the late I almon Dixon and
cupied by McGinnis Department grew up in the Beihlehcrn com'
Store annex, and the former munity. was born March 7, 1891
Ware & Sons Roller mill, which
the commission acquired from
Mr. White said the demolition
compiiny e.stimatcs the wewk
will require about a month.
The Battleground avenue proji-
erties will be offered for resale
for rodevelojiment, while the Gold
street .proix'rty will be retained,
Crossroads Music Park in the
Oak Grov'e community will head
line Billy Crash Cradd(X‘k, Buddy
Floyd and the Radford Sisters for
two big countiy’ music shows
Sunday at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Tickets may be obtained at the
“The Radford Sisters” wlio wt>n
a talent show at Crossroads in
June have just cut their first
record on the-Americountry label,
"Hold On Woman.”
pending t)u ,
of West Gold and an underpa.ss of Cherryville, Mrs.
under the Southern Railway. j of Kin“s Mountain. F
in York County, S. C. She has
lived most of her life in the same
house where she was born.
“M:ss Emm-.”, as she is af-,
fectionately called, has nine li-l
ving children, 16 grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren. Mr.,
Dixon dkxl in 1955.
Cliildren of Mrs. Dixon and the
late Mr. Dixon are Hood Dixon;
of Clover, S. C., Clarenet} Dixon
Funeral rites for Mrs. Amanda
Cardine Dixon, 84, wife of Grady
• of ('’olumbiis, (ia., Mi's, .\liioieo
The commission has previously jiocxi of Pensacola, Fla., .Mark
razed tlie former offices of Dr. ni^on of Cherryville, Mrs. Aman-
J. E. Anthony acquired from Lee of Charlotte, Glenn Dixon
George Lublaneski and the f^or- Morganton and Joe Dixon of
mer Herald building, acquired charlotte,
from First Baptist church.
The Jaycees will sponsor a
5;ospol singing May 12 at *%1v Tm
until 9:09 at the Central Junior iJH Dl6dK*IEI
high sch-tx^l. Tlie Messenger* ^
Quartet and the Carolina Slate | q\y(j Kings Mountain youths
singers will be the R*‘^Uired ;
groups f«»r the program. Admis-
.Sion is $2.00 and children under
<111 rcl Ov t; C* l.lwWi4o v/i ^ *<1 Ft H J III- L^iAUIIf W'JlC VAl \TAoV4j’
who worshippt'd and enjoyed! Dixon, were conducted Tuesday
«_i.i^ fiVkiv-kii-crH ' ..i;«O n m
fellowship from Friday
•Bruce Stott, Gardner Webb
ministerial student and >'outh di
rector at ithe church, led the pro-
graim of activities, a.ssUted by a
quartet of youth from Greens
boro, Rick Rhea, Plril Parrish,
Kevin KHbreth and Chip Holden,
alii college students wtho form
“The Sons of Light” musical
quartet which travel.s all over
the country in church appear
The visiting students led -group
worship service's, W’orkshops, choir
practice sessions, prayer sessions,
and visited in the wmmunity. A
service of conumu-nion was held
t at the Sunday worship hour and
jflf •youth and their parents enjoyed
' a covered dish luncheon at the
through I afternoon at 3 p.m. from First
E:ipti.st church of which she was
Mrs. Carl Mayes will give
the program on “Flowers of
Hawaii” at Wednesday’s meet
ing of the Kings Mountain Gar
den club. Mrs. William Herndon
will be 'hostess at her home at
Her -pastor, Rev. Paul Riggs, of
ficiated at the final rites, and
interment was an Bethlehem Bap-
ti.st church cemetery.,
Mrs. Dixon died at 5:30 a.m.
Sunday in Broughton hospital at
She was a native of Cleveland
County, daughter of the late Mr.
and Mr.s. Larkin Howell.
Surviving are her hu.sband: one
.son, Fred Dixon of Kings Moun
tain; tiwo daughters, Mrs. Marj
orie Pien*e of Weldon and Mrs.
Leroy Hammett of Kings Moun-
toin; one sLster, Mrs. Annie
White of Newton: four grandchil
dren and two great-grandchildTen.
Active pallbearers were neph
ews of Mirs. Dixon.
Mlrs. W. Hinkle McGinnis was
transferred to Cleveland -Mem-
opial Hospital at Shelby WtHl-
ne.sday for treatment of a kid
A total of 31 law enforcc'ment
officers fix>m Kings Mountain,
Bessemer City and Boiling
Springs attended a two-day
course on “Scientific Speixl De
tection” at City Hall Mondai>- and
Several residential '“uilding
permits were issued by Building
In.'^ix'ctor \\h>odrow Laughter in
the past week.
nesday alter they were charged
with breaking and entering and
liur. eitN’ of a local re.-Jidence.
Itichard Dale Collins, 17, and
Alien Chad Ledford, 18, both of
605 Jackson St., were cliargt'd
with breaking and entering at
tlie home of Go4>rge DcBruie at
Riiodt's and Groves street.*; s^>mc-
I time bctwt'on Friday, .March 2
I and the following Monday and
the larceny of a radio.
Trial <late has been set for
March 15 in 27th Judicial District
Thrx'e wore issued to Phillips
, Development Company for two
Ralph J. Strother, head of Law | five-room and one six-room
Enfoixvment Training from the, house, each estimati'd to c-ost
Department of Community Col-; $15,808.
leges in Raleigh, was instructor
ALCAN GROUNDBREAKING — Groundbreaking ctremenies were held Fridcy morning for Alcan
Aluminum's new plant at Gold Mins Industrial Park on York Road. At left Sam Piercs ol Pierce,
Heavner and Jenkins Builders Inc. watches as (le ft to right) Alcan manager Bob Kingery, Mayor
John Moss and Charles Mauney of MMB Trust break the ground. The new plant is expected to be
completed this summer. (Photo by Gary Stewart) ^
Ey GARY STEWART
Alcan Aluminum ConKj-ration is
the first company lo announce
I building plans f<»r Kings Moun-
1 tain’s nenv indu.'^trial park, iGold
I Mine Industrial Park on York
Bob Kingery, manager of Al
can’s plant, on Childers Street,
said the new plant .should be
coinple1(\i by .‘summer. Alcan is
manufaidurer cf .side paneling,
nxjfs and shutters for mobile
homes ami recreati<mal vehicle's.
In the new location <1110 -plant
will also make windows for mo- i
Kingery .said liis company cur-'
rcnll>' emplens 26 pt'i’sons but
that numix'r will ix‘ increa.'icd to
35 when full ])r<Kiuction is reach
ed in the new building.
Pieri'C, Heavner and Jenkins
Buiiders Inc. arc c*onlractors for
the new plant.
for the eight hour course.
Strother lectured on compuler-
izod six?ed detection (radar) as
well as fundamentals of operat
ing the eciuipment, caiv and
maintenance and court testi
The Bethlehem V'^olunteer Fire bought i>ermit to build a porch,
department will sponsor a bar- walkway and driveway at his
becue pork supper Saluixiay. Mar. I residence. Spangler & Sons con-
10th at the fire station. Also on tractor, estimated cost $4(X).
the menu will be French fries,'
T & L Builders bought a per-
niit for a six-room dwelling esti-
mattHi to cost $28.1.50. Ware Bo
thers are c'ontractors.
Paul MtGinnis bought permit
for room addition to his home at
-lOS Hawthorne, esIimaUxl cost
$3750, A. L. Dixon cimtractor.
Clyde Lawson, 1003 First St.
Paul Lancaster Is New President
(M 18-Member Mineral Association
Paul A. Lancaster, secTetary
and general manager of Kings
Mou-ntarn Mica Compamy, Inc.,
was elected president of tlie
North Carolina Industtrial 'Min
eral Association at the annual
meeting held in Morganton, North
The association -is compri.sod of
mining industry, and to ipromote
a spirit of ccx>peration among its
(Mr. Lancaster succeeds R. T.
Denit, Diamond Mica company,
Spruce Pine, N. C. Others elected
to serve as officers and directors
were Roy L. Hairris, Sr., Standard
Mi-noral compoiny, Robbins, (N. C.
slaw and cake. Adult plates are
$1.75, child plates are $1.00.
The department has on older
a new tanker truck and a now
truck designed for car fires and
field files. Both these units are
expected to -be completed in the
near future and prcKOcds from
Saturday’s supper will be applied
toward i>ayments for these units.
Pasadena, T e xas developer
John O. Harris, Kings Mountain
native, has purchasei 3(X) acies
east of Burke road there and
announ.xxi a development that
will amount to ai'out $50 million
Annual dinner meeting of the Harris is son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kings Mountain Chamber of J. Ollie Harris of Kings Moun-
Commerce will be held March tain. He and his wife, the for-
19th at 7:30 p. m. at Kings Moun- mer Joan Arthur, and their two
Oi C oi C Set
Edgar C. Wiggins, 1107 West
Gold sti-eet, obtaintxi a perime
ter zoning permit to build a re
Meanwliilc. Charles Mauney of
MMB Trust Co., otwnor of tlie jiark.
said that there are no conerete
plan.s for other industries
Ollie Haiiis. Ii., Is Planning
^0 Million Development In Texas
Zoning on Agenda
Contrac‘t awards and several
zoning niatters will be on city
commission’s agenda at M'*n-
day’s regular meeting at 7:30
Four contract awards will be
1) The city's hospitalizatmn
policies for city emlp>yi'es and
other insurance coverages.
2) Water and sewer line cv>n-
3) Purchase of a trencher.
4) Electrical s>’stcm t'onstruc-
puriXTses. We feel like it’s a prime
area for both industrial and re.si-
dential development and in the
future we’ll have some concrete
SPEAKER — Rev. Lowell F.
Sodeman, industrial chapla'n
of the Baptist Home Mission
Beard, will fill the pulpit on
Sunday evening at Oak Grove
Oak Grove Sets
Cleveland County Sheriff Hay
wood A!l(‘n .said ttMla\’ Iliat law
entorccnx'nt oflio'r.s have “a
go'vd many leads" into the reeent
.shoc4ing-n.ohi':y <*f Al\:n
5’arhro of Kings Mountain but
they’n' still appa:.-jitly ii.,t loC
to making an aritvi.
"vVe have que.stioned a go.vl
many jHMplo," said Alien, "and
wo’v(* still got agc'fPs wo.k-
ing on the e;we. \Vi'’re In.;!-
ing ve’ll get tlie ri.^iu kia I af
bre:ik that will lead u.-i to an ir-
Alien .said .Sgl. ihiul Bar’m.*!’. l.t.
''B4K)by Putnam and one SHI agent
are .still "running down Ic.kIs".
Most -ff the talk. <zr le.ast >me
of it. that loral (itizen*; ha\e
heanl <• ni •erah: t!o* < a < a;.-
|X‘ar to lx* runio!-s. lejv.jrt io.si
W((*k that G<‘'T.:ia 1 ia!s
holding a nvin for nue*.ili>inng
was untrue, Allt'ii .said.
Y'arhro, 65. was shot >:.\ times
and rob.htMl of so. oral t!i(»u-'aiii
<iollar.s llu‘ morning of Feb. 2»3
wlu n tie \\(‘nt to !iis b.irn to fet.\l
.-itlU'. IL.s a.'.saiiani had appar-
. ently s;vnt the I'.i dil in his ham.
I Y'arbro underwent a tlirts'-hour
' (‘mergem y (‘])erali')n at Clevi*-
I laiui MTnnorial Ilo.vjdtal and was
’ listed in eriliial eondiiioii tor
sevtTil days hut Is no.v rejui>cr-
"We liave std up 36 acres as:
an industrial site,” he notcii.
"There are about 500 a'ert's in all
and it’s named tlie Gold Mine In
dustrial Park because it's located
on the old gi>la mine land my
Mauney, -his brother
Hev. Lowell F. .'<<»deman, a.ssisi ^
tant (iireelor in the Division ot
CIiat»lain.’y of the Southern Hap
li.st Home Mission Hoai.i in At
lanta, Ga.. since HHUJ. will
guest sp('akt*r at Oak (.iro\,t‘ bap
tist thur. h Sumlay as Hie e<in-
gregali<»n ol)s<*r\<‘c« sp<*cial llon.e
At the 11 a.m. moiming worshi.o
hour Sundav. worshiT^l^^'rs will e
asked to bring their "thirty" naght. Inte'ost'd tH*r.<.>ns arc in-
nkM?es of silver” for liome mis- vitisi to the Wetinesday night
Herman * '
Kings Mitunttun 1 ,ilt’a* Tlieatro
IS eondiicting a i :-ios nf work-
du'p.s on \V(’iiiestl 1, (‘\a n'.nps at
7:.20 at F-'n'k 'ha v s !H'‘d .-uidl-
tdiium on Grover ro.ad, 'I'h-' first
ui'l'k.shap was eon-l(at<Hi by
Rev) aid. t'residenl of
’a i.'Mia Little Tii(‘:Ur(‘. on set
de-i ;n a !i d eon.-lruetion Inst
Mauney, and his sister, Mrs. Kay
Bt'rkeley combined to form MMB
We have no conerete plan-.’
(Covtimud On wnrk.-^hops.
National Demolay Week To Reoin:
Candidate Initiation March IS
Ey LARRY HAMRICK. JR. ' elude a bn.skelball battle hi-^wocn
Kings Mountain Chapter, Or- Kings Moimtain Chaptt'r and Gas-
i development plans.”
tain Country club.
Officers and directors at a
meeting Tuesday approved the
reinstitution of annual meetings
and voted to elect officers at the
Tickets are $3 per fx't'son
may lie obtained from Airs.
Lucille Williams at the Chamher
of Commerce office in the Com
'Children. Johnny and Elizal^eth,
have made their home in Pasa
dena for a number of years.
Harris said he bought the land
from the M. Dow Estate between
two other Harris developments,
Yisla Villas and Park Cate.
H^ sakl a' out 1.000 homes will
he I'uih in the new so'Mion, and
th’t tf'Wiihousrs. atinrtmenls and
! shopping facilities will Fr'ng the
Preschool ivgistralion is now
underway in the five elementary
schools of the Kings Mountain
i Parents who have chikiren who
will enter first grade in August
1973 are asked to obtain fonns
from the principal’s offui's at D('Molays‘cliaracler building ]'ro-
either Bethware. Grover, East, grams.
Dennis Trout, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Trout an*l Master Coun
cilor of* the Ic.mI cliapter. .-'aid
tliat ‘the 1973 -tiiemo. "Sunething
<lcr of IVMolay. will join nmrt'
than 2..5t)() oliier chapt(‘rs in tlie
observance of International Dc-
M )lay Week, March 11-18.
Dc'Molays are aware ami in
voiced young (‘ilizens of Hie
('ommimity. t^ivi<‘ and .six'ial a<‘ti-
iiti<\s amf <-li'an-uii pmjects will
be includtHi in tlie w<*ek-long
celebration. Puhlic spirited young
men iH'Uvetm tlie -.iges of 13 an i
21 will ac(|uaint the public with
Hu* purpo-it's and activit es <’f
North, and West ^.chtwjls in orticr
to complete their "shot” n‘Cor<is
before scliool o|K'ns.
Howard Bryant, scliool offi
cial, says it isn’t nco'ssary lor
immunization to bo started im
lonki Chapter oti Monday Hie
12th. .-\lso. cm Monday night
there will hi* a dcmonstr.ati ci of
Chapter (‘(*renvmil's for tlu* Ma-
s»>ns of Kainii'w I.o.lge. On the
1.5th the Chapter will hold an
initiation of m'w carul)«ialcs. The
week will coiu’liidc with anoHu'r
iiaskethall game a niinst Hie
Betiilehem Rapti.^t hall team.
Mr. Emmett Re.ss i- t!ie t'lrm-
ter's advisor I'r Hu* local DcM'.>-
Frank 8. hand aivi nine Teen
age N’x'niHi foundt'd the Order of
DcMoIay on March 18. 1919 in
Kansiis City. Mis-*ouri. T(^day,
nearly t hrt'<'- m i 11 ion dedica ted
young 'men of iciion hetAoen the
ages of 13 and 21 are meinVrs.
in Common" was eh-i-en 1x*'.ause (diapters Hinnighout the nation
me association l-s n-rnpu.^eu iri ^ » U
18 companies producing industrial Vice President; Bill Wilkins, De-
mineral, f J'- "It E. is cha r:n:m of' ,;„al‘ valuo lo ai o.„ $o0 million.
the ..ado bnd iideresis^f Smi^^T" pm.nim ^ mmn.'M haruvo ^danl^ a
allmomborsofthomm.nsmdus- Mr. Smith said a nis and swimmimr ci..:, ta.i'ity. ^
and the W-tiTspru;;. P^ne. iN.'^C.!speaker is hein, invitiKl to make adiaecn, ,o Section 3 of Vista
puf.To^a^oar for its njom,her^ i'' will '’lirsaid tentative plans cali,
retard' rCont.nu.a On Pa^e 1
DEVELOPER—Ollie Harris. Jr..
Kings Mountain native, has an
nounced the purchase of 300
acres in Pasadena, Texas for a
S50 million development of
LOGO new homes.
Mtimhers t>f tlic decorations
('cimm't(r'c 'f the .\nic ’an D*-
gion .Yiixiliarv. and any ntlw'r
members, are invited U> gather
Tuesday at 7:3'> p.m. at Hu*
of Mr<. Cl>ar!es Dixon,
stre(*t. to make palm
trees and flow(*rs for a luau
the Legion .Auxiliary is spon
soring Marcli 31.
it is indicatiM* of tlie <*<)mm<>n
prin<‘i]>l('s i)i'lie\4'd in i>v the
meni'ic-r^ of Kings MTunfain
. hap'c”. He furlin';- sy-ped Hint
in addhion t- t-r-'viding worth
while a fer a v>nng mm,
tlie ('’ it'r biiiMs charach'r arui
It-ajlership (inaliti<'< while iK'iu-
I ing hettcr the community in
i which we live.
i During the wt'^’k of .'-"Kvial an-
I niver-giry activities, the Chap-
' lei's program of events will in-
anti free wa^rld lu'lp make their
c viimunilic.s Ih'ttcr i kuv.s to
Mcrnht'rw- if McM c;.v Interna
tional i’uludc ,h'hn Wnne. h^b
Mathia.'; — fM\ r.ipic de*;ab;Don
ch.arnpi'.n 'I'l.I ('on''rcs-.m.'in,
ncwscastci'i Walter (Yenkite. ('het
HiintliA- anil Piul Har\(*v; ninn-
<*rcus c ngre-tenen. senators, giw-
ernme:!! and t>us:ness leaders
have also -x'ionged lo this civic-